Gail Kim Is Officially Inducted into the TNA Hall of Fame (October, 2nd 2016)


Tonight Longtime Wrestling Veteran and Now 6x Knockouts Champion Gail Kim (having defeated Maria later on in the show) was Inducted into the TNA Hall of Fame. Kim becomes the sixth addition into the TNA Hall of Fame first introduced in 2012, following up Earl Hebner and Jeff Jarrett who were inducted prior in the past year.

The Inaugural Knockouts Champion gave her heartfelt speech after being praised and credited by fellow former Knockouts Awesome Kong, Christy Hemme and Taryn Terrell who returned for the night to participate in the induction alongside TNA Chairwoman Dixie Carter. Gail gave her thanks to Knockouts of past and present for making her the person she is today, and gave a special thanks to WWE Alumni Molly Holly and Husband Robert Irvine, who was also attending the Pay Per View, seated at front row alongside various friends and family. The IMPACT Wrestling Twitter Page shared a Photo following Gail’s Induction with her past in ring foes and real life comrades, while fellow Knockouts and talents also gave their congratulations to the New Knockouts Champion.

Congratulations go out to Gail on her long awaited Hall of Fame Induction and Championship Victory. Stay Tuned to the Site Tomorrow for a Full Report on Tonight’s Bound for Glory event, featuring appearances also from Reby Hardy and Rosemary as well as a debuting Brandi Rhodes.

– Catherine


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